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Growing Goddess Community


The Women's Well in Concord MA. offers an opportunity for women to come together to reclaim, honor, and celebrate what is sacred to them, and to explore how their wisdom can influence the way we all live, work, and care for each other, for our communities and for the Earth.

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Goddess Temple of Orange County is set in an most unlikely setting on a commercial estate in Irving. However once inside the building it is a remarkable experience of Goddess energy and love.

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There are at least two other Gaia’s Gardens in other parts of the world.

Gaia’s Garden in the UK is a place to honour mother earth and share thoughts on the many paths of earth tradition..

( is not related to - though we may share a name, along with a love and respect for Gaia).


Starhawk author of Spiral Dance is the inspiration for Reclaiming an international movement of Earth loving pagans who take social action on behalf of the Mother. Starhawk is one of the early inspirations for Gaia’s Garden through her books and workshops.

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Kathy Jones has spent the last 30 years living in Glastonbury, also known as the Isle of Avalon, learning of the ways of the Goddess in this ancient and sacred place. She is a Priestess of Avalon and has played a key role in bringing back awareness of the Goddess into Glastonbury. She is the author of several well-loved Goddess books.

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Zsuzanna Budapest the founder of Dianic Wicca is a remarkable woman, author and facilitator. Seen by many as the mothf the Goddess movement in the USA Zee is a force to be reckoned with.

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Zee is also on facebook.




Vicki Noble co-creator of Motherpeace Tarot a resource that many of us have found invaluable over the years. Motherpeace was an early guide and inspiration for those of us at Gaia’s Garden.

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The Goddess Temple in Glastonbury is a remarkable space for women (and men) to find the Goddess.

Set in the centre of town in the ‘Glastonbury Experience’ the Goddess Temple has had a major influence on the local community over the years of its existence.


Susun S. Weed is a herbalist and author of women's health books. She invites you to rediscover the Wise Woman Tradition, herbal medicine healing, and how to make home remedies in service of the Goddess.

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